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Paul Alan Clevenger

Novato, California

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Paul Alan Clevenger Loving son of David and Ekaterina (Cathy), devoted brother of Andrew, left us on September 16th, 2008. A lifelong resident of Sleepy Hollow, Paul attended Brookside, Whitehill, and Drake High excelling in his studies with particular interest in languages and music. He then...

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Dear Clevenger Family,

I was very saddened to hear about your son Paul's passing. I met him once when he was visiting Cathy at work. I was very impressed by his gentleness. I am glad I met him.

You and he are in my prayers.

We are so very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers to the Clevenger family. Gilda and Meigs Lee

Dear Clevenger Family,
I was so very sorry to hear of Paul's passing. I remember him from Kayla's classes at Brookside--he was a really good kid. I enjoyed working with Cathy as roomparents and with the Parent's Club.

I understand your pain, as my son unexpectedly passed away in May. Please contact me if you ever need to talk.

My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Sincerely,
Sue Capper

To Paul's family,

I was so saddened to hear of your loss. I remember way back when the boys were 3 or 4 years old, our son Cole took swimming lessons with Paul. Cole served at Balad Air Base in Iraq from August 2006-Aug. 2007. My heart aches for you. The thoughts and prayers of the families of all the young men who have stepped forward to serve their country are with you now.

I knew Paul from our great years at Brookside. May he now be in eternal peace and happiness.

Clevenger Family,

I went to Drake with Paul. We had many classes together and did projects and debates as a team. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I considered Paul a good friend of mine. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Paul was an amazing and talented person with many gifts. If there is anything I can do please let me know.

One time me and the other nerds a year older than Paul were trying to push him and his equally nerdy friends out of the room they'd taken in the library. Paul stood up to us; literally, stood up and explained in a louder, stronger, adulter voice that his group wasn't budging. We weren't expecting that, and it kind of made us put our tails between our legs and we just slinked away, and at the end of the day the younger kids remained in full possession of the library room, thanks to Paul.

I miss you so much.

Hey Paul, miss you already. You and Andrew always came to visit when we were all kids and you guys were my favorite.

Love,
Nate, your cousin